MSI has announced the launch of its brand new Cubi N JSL Business & Productivity PC. Featuring an exceptionally small chassis, powerful processor, exclusive software, and various IO ports, the Cubi N is designed with efficiency and productivity in mind and represents an ideal computing solution for those looking for a potent level of performance from a small mini-PC package!
The Cubi N mini PC kit is only 0.5L in size but is ready to defy your imagination. The tiny design allows you to have a well-organized and efficient working space without limiting your capability of being productive and effective. Utilising Intel’s Jasper Lake Processor built on the 10 nm “Tremont” architecture, this delivers up to a 30% IPC performance boost that significantly improves your computing experience while working. It provides better performance for users while also including scalability, durability, VESA Mount support, and upgradeable design that allows for both time-saving and space-saving in any kind of situation.
To make the Cubi N suitable for your different using scenarios, MSI Center is what you need. Users can allocate computing resources based on their needs and avoid unnecessary system workloads. Additionally, WiFi 6 technology and USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-A ports are available with speeds of up to 20Gbps. This can help reduce data transfer times and make your work and online conference calls smoother and faster. What’s more, Cubi N features FW TPM that provides you a safer environment for your business idea so you won’t have to worry about information security problems.
At the time of writing, MSI has not confirmed any specific regional release dates for its Cubi N Mini PC systems nor how much consumers can expect them to cost. – If you do, however, want to learn more about this and other MSI products, you can check out their official website via the link here!
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